DUBROOM ALBUM REVIEW
It was the year 1985 and lots of people thought how DUB have had it's longest time. After all, the flood of DUB albums from Jamaica was no longer a flood.
They were wrong and they could have known if they would have been looking to the UK and more specifically, to the Ariwa Studio's!
Neil Fraser sat in his studio. He was working on allready the fifth episode of his -now classic- DUB ME CRAZY series. One DUB Album after other was released, and people could hear -or I should say: experience- how just about every new kind technology was used to create some of the weirdest DUB you could not even think of.
Like a true Mad Professor, his obvious genius goes together with an equally obvious "madness". His works are from a lonely quality, that is to say: simply unmatched. The more you listen, the more you hear just what he was actually able to do in a time wherein most people thought of computers and digital technology as something threatening.
No, it's not for nothing that the Dubroom has such an enormous attention for the DUB albums of Neil Fraser, a.k.a. the Mad Professor. He knows The Secret Of The Master Tape!